Kanye West and Dr Dre collaborating on 'Jesus Is King II' album

Kanye West and Dr Dre collaborating on 'Jesus Is King II' album

- Hip-hop fans are in for a treat as two of the genre's greats are teaming up for a collaboration album

- Rapper Kanye West and legendary producer Dr Dre announced that they are working on a joint album

- The album is to be titled Jesus Is King Part II, paying homage to West's first gospel record Jesus Is King

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West announced the joint project on his Twitter account late yesterday evening.

He posted a picture of himself and Dr Dre in the studio.

West captioned the picture, "Ye and Dre Jesus is King Part II coming soon."

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This will, surprisingly, be the first time the two stars work together.

But then again, Dre is quite the recluse these days and hardly releases new music or performs. That's what will make this project extra special for the pair's fans.

West's fans are super excited to hear what the two talents are going to cook up.

What's particularly interesting is to see are the words of encouragement from the new Christian fan base that West has tapped into.

One follower wrote, "Y'all about to witness highest selling record ever... Hey! Dre and Ye about to make an epic landmark forever in Christian hip-hop."

There are hundreds of comments on the post and it's been liked almost 300 000 times.

West and his wife, Kim Kardashian, are working extremely hard to change their images for the better.

YEN.com.gh reported that Kardashian assisted in getting a convict's death sentence suspended indefinitely.

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